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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, September LETHBRIDGE Interpreting the News Isolation of Cuba nears end WASHINGTON (CP) The 10-year-long isolation of Cuba from its Western Hemisphere neighbors is drawing steadily toward a close, with what appears to be the resigned bless- ing of President Ford. Ford's public comments on the issue have been deliberate- ly cautious. He has said the United States, acting "in con- cert with" Latin-American allies, will be ready to change its policy if Fidel Castro's regime also changes. However mild the statement was on its face, it was seen by Latin diplomats here as a distinct about-face from the unfor- giving hostility of former president Richard Nixon. It has given new life to the manoeuvres and intrigues at the Washington headquarters of the Organization of American States Among those countries favoring an end to the diplomatic and economic boycott of Cuba, there is growing certainty that the boycott's days are numbered. There is also widespread satisfaction among the Latins with Ford's choice this week of William Rogers as the top Latin-American specialist in the state department. A liberal Democrat and an important policy-maker on Latin affairs under presidents Kennedy and Johnson, the 47- year-old Rogers was later an adviser to both Robert Kennedy and Senator George men who were widely admired in South America. Rogers's nomination has been welcomed as well in the state department, whose staff sees him as a knowledgeable expert and provocative thinker. Besides pressing for more American flexibility toward Cuba, Rogers can be expected to seek greater continuity and initiative from the U.S. toward its South American and Caribbean the on-again, off-again at- titudes that have characterized American policy under a succession 6f recent presidents. The Cuban issue represents an early opportunity for Presi- dent Ford to demonstrate a clean break with his predeces- sor in foreign policy. Richard Nixon's chief successes were in foreign affairs, where his bold initiatives with China and the Soviet Union have left an indelible mark. But Nixon had a blind spot on Cuba. Influenced by his close friend Bebe Rebozo and others in the fiercely anti-Castro community of Cuban exiles in the U.S., he balked at ending the isolation of Cuba despite the growing trend in Latin America toward restoring relations with the Communist-run island. Cuba has been under boycott since 1964, when her attempts to export revolution to Venezuela and elsewhere provoked the OAS to retaliate. In 1972, a group of Latin states tried to get the boycott revoked by the OAS and were defeated, but the movement has since gathered steam. Seven Latin countries have already restored diplomatic relations with Havana in defiance of OAS resolutions. Others are ready to do so once a way is found to end the boycott without alienating those as Brazil, Chile, Bolivia and the Central American remain large- ly suspicious or hostile toward Castro. Latin diplomatic sources expect a special committee of the OAS to be set up later this month to investigate the situ- ation. By late November, they believe the OAS foreign minis- ters will be ready to approve ending the boycott. By then, too, the mid-term U.S. elections will be past. The anti-Castro vote, which is particularly strong in Florida, will no longer be a serious factor for the Ford administration as it decides how the U.S. will vote on the issue. Nixon family's reaction disclosed CAREER OPPORTUNITIES COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 requires the services of an Administrative Assistant to the County Administrator. Initial duties will include a broad range of tasks relat- ing to all facets of County operations. The position offers excellent opportunity to advancement based on indivi- dual initiative and willingness to accept responsibility, and will appeal to candidates interested in a career in Municipal Management. Written application to be received by p.m. on Wed- nesday September 18, 1974, with duties to commence as soon as possible. Applicants should possess a minimum of Grade XII. General office or accounting experience would be an asset but is not mandatory. Resumes indicating edu- cation, interests and work and salary history should be forwarded to Roy R. Wallman County Administrator, County of Forty Mile No. 8 Foremost, Alberta SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS The Peace River School Division No. 10 invites applications from interested persons for the position of Superintendent of Schools with duties to commence as soon as possible. ENROLMENT The Division employs 155 teachers in 14 schools with an enrolment of QUALIFICATIONS (a) A permanent Alberta professional teaching certificate. (b) Five years of teaching experience in Alberta or in a school system of equivalent standard. (c) A degree from the University of Alberta or from a university of equivalent standard. (d) Have pursued one year's graduate study in a field acceptable to the Minister either at a University in Alberta or at a university of equiva- lent standard. Executive Officer of the Board. indicate salary expected in application. annual vacation of four weeks. CLOSING to be in divisional office by Monday. September 16, 1974. Applicants should apply in writing including a com- plete resume of training and experience. Applications should be sent to: Chairman, Selection Committee, Peace River School Division No. 10, P.O. Box 339, PEACE RIVER, Alberta Envelopes marked CONFIDENTIAL Chemical Technologists Chemical Technologists required for well-estab- lished major chemical fertilizer plant located in a friendly and progressive smaller city with the best climate in the prairie provinces. The successful applicant should have completed the course in Chemical Technology in a recog- nized technical institute or have equivalent qual- ifications. Some experience in industrial chem- istry helpful, but not essential. Excellent fringe benefits and working conditions. Send to J.G. Anderson Personnel Administrator, WESTERN CO-OPERATIVE FERTILIZERS LTD. P.O. Box 110, Medicine Hit, Alberta, T1A 7LO. GOLF COURSE SUPERINTENDENT Required by the EARL GREY GOLF CLUB Reply in confidence and submit complete resume to L. A. WEBSTER, Gnwral Manager. 6540 20th Strwri S.W., Calgary, Alberta Are you looking for steady work with good pay? Norfab Homes Ltd. A mobile home manufacturer is offering just that. We need capable workers immediately to fill existing vacancies in our production line, previous experience not necessary, however it would be preferred. If you are interested please PERSONNEL MANAGER Norfab Homes Ltd. Box 999, Fort Maeleod, Alberta Phone 234-4431 Peace River School Division No. 10 COORDINATOR, INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS CENTRE Required in Peace River School Division No. 10 to begin duties as soon as satisfactory arrangements can be made. Successful appli- cant must have teacher qualifications with ad- vanced training or experience in educational media communication. Responsibilities involve the organization, operation and extension of the services provided by the present media centre. Forward applications with supporting docu- mentation to: MR. T. D. SHIELDS, Superintendent of Schools, Peace River School Division No. 10, P.O. Box 339, PEACE RIVER, Alberta, Phone: 624-3601. DRAFTSMEN Draftsmen required for well-established, major chemical fertilizer plant located in a friendly and progressive smaller city with the best climate in the prairie provinces. The successful applicant should have completed a course in drafting in a recognized technical in- stitute or have equivalent qualifications. Some experience in industrial drafting helpful, but not essential. Excellent fringe benefits and working conditions. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Send resume to J.Q. Anderson Porsonnol Administrator, WESTERN CO-OPERATIVE FERTILIZERS LTD., P.O. 9m 110, Medicine Hat, Alberts, T1A TLt. WASHINGTON (AP) In the waning days of Richard Nixon's presidency, his family concluded it would be useless to fight impeachment to the bitter, predictable end, says David Eisenhower, Nixon's son-in-law. "Whatever the administra- tion stood to gain historically by narrowing the charges against it and making the Con- stitution function it stood to lose by putting the country through what it was going to go he said. In an interview three weeks after Nixon surrendered the presidency. Eisenhower, 26, discussed the family's reac- tion to the politically fatal June 23 tape recordings and Nixon's decision to resign. He also said it would be a good idea if Nixon ran again for public office. "He's been defensive... he's been bitter. He's been all the rest in the last year and a Eisenhower said. "But in calmer times under different circumstances, the man has a heck of a lot to contribute. 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